Entries by danlevy@aacg.com

AACG Economic Consulting Expands Presence with Opening of New Office in San Francisco

Offers wide range of practices to corporate and law firm clients on the West Coast AACG Economic Consulting today announced an expansion with the opening of a new office in San Francisco. AACG’s new location offers clients its full range of litigation and business consulting services, including litigation and disputes, regulation compliance monitoring, strategy and […]

AACG Addresses Mutual Fund and Hedge Fund Regulatory Compliance with New Product Offering

Scientific Fraud Detection helps identify fraudulent behavior related to trade allocation, portfolio pumping, front running and late trading. In the wake of the financial sector meltdown and heightened concerns about financial fraud, Advanced Analytical Consulting Group, Inc. (AACG) introduces a new product, Scientific Fraud Detection, designed to help funds monitor regulatory compliance and identify fraudulent […]

Dr. Panis Interviewed on KNX 1070 Newsradio, Los Angeles

Many consumers recognize the protection that private annuities can provide against investment risks and the risks of outliving one’s resources. However, choosing an appropriate annuity product can be difficult because of the many flavors and features offered by life insurance companies. Bob McCormick of KNX 1070 Newsradio in Los Angeles interviewed AACG economist Dr. Stan Panis to […]

The Wall Street Journal Quotes AACG Economic Consulting Expert About Pensions

Privately purchased annuities are gaining popularity, in part because the income flows that they guarantee for life serve as insurance against the risks of poor investment returns and of outliving one’s retirement resources. The Wall Street Journal featured an in-depth article on private annuities, explaining how they may appeal to some but not all retirees. […]

Dr. Panis Publishes Chapter in Recent Book on Skilled Workers

Dr. Stan Panis of AACG and Dr. Lynn Karoly of the RAND Corporation recently published a study, “Supply of and Demand for Skilled Labor in the United States.” The study describes how long-term demographic changes, technological development, and globalization are slowing down the growth of the skilled workforce in the United States, while also increasing […]